In the past two years, I have traveled to Japan four times: once by plane, to Tokyo and Hokkaido, with a consumption of 18,000 RMB per person; the other three times by international cruise ships such as Geshida: to Okinawa, Kagoshima (two tours), Nagasaki; to Nagasaki, the first stop is to visit the Goraba Park established in 1894; to have a profound history, beautiful scenery and close to the cruise port. At the entrance, there are Dapu Catholic Church next to it; there are about nine European-style retro buildings in the park; when the park goes up on foot, there are escalators to shelter the wind and rain; there are statues of Mrs. Coral Butterfly and special heart-shaped patterns on the ground, overlooking a building, which can give a panoramic view of Nagasaki's urban architecture! There are also all kinds of small shops around. There are free-flying pigeons in the park and fat fish in the pond for viewing. I highly recommend it! Good place!